We stopped outside a home furnishings store so that Doreen could pet the guardian lion.
Using the Village at Venetian Bay directory, can you identify the location of this home interiors boutique? Look for Danieli's.
What to buy: Doree purchased a French porcelain coustume mask to place on the wall in our dining room at home.
What to pay: More than $100.
The Village on Venetian Bay is a fine shopping and dining experience.
Located on Venetian Bay, this boutique mall features nearly 60 shops, galleries and restaurants in a beautiful waterfront setting.
Another elegant shopping area that is worth visiting for fun is the Village At Venetian Bay. Many upscale shops & fine restaurants can be found here, in a lovely open-air mall surrounded by canals.
Of course it's designed in the overwhelmingly popular Mediterranean style that permeates Naples...to a rather overdone degree, from my perspective, but hey, I'm a tacky tourist visiting from Alaska!
Lots of little shops along the waterfront of Naples Bay. Check out the Website for all the shops and restaurants there. It's a setting which recalls Naples' nautical past and you'll find more than 40 creative boutiques and great restaurants.
What to buy: Everything.
Tin City is another popular shopping area, with restaurants and shops in a relaxed rambling setting. Formerly an old shellfish processing plant, it was redeveloped in the late 1970’s to become a tourists’ favorite spot on the waterfront.
Just like every other mall, but you can find whatever you want.
What to buy: Alligator heads??? You won't find them at the mall, I don't think.